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Can I clear them?

I have a 2007 F350, SRW, crew cab, long bed, King Ranch thats currently has the stock 275/70/18 tires. I just bought a set of 18x9 Helo rims with 4.5" BS and -19mm offset. I was wondering if i could clear a set of Destination M/t 35's with a 2.5" leveling kit or whether i would run into rub issues and would be better off sticking with stock 275 size. Also, any thoughts on the Newton Leveling kits? I appreciate any help!
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you can clear them 35's. with leveling kit you should have absolutely no problem


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they might fit buy the wheels have the wrong offset for yuor truck you need something with a 5-6 inch basck space. those wheels are 4.5"

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I see alot of guys running 35x12.5x18 on 18x9 with 4.5 bs on this site with just a leveling kit on 05-07...I have been searching also.But this is only what I read and have seen pics......

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I have a 2007 F350, SRW, crew cab, long bed, King Ranch thats currently has the stock 275/70/18 tires. I just bought a set of 18x9 Helo rims with 4.5" BS and -19mm offset. I was wondering if i could clear a set of Destination M/t 35's with a 2.5" leveling kit or whether i would run into rub issues and would be better off sticking with stock 275 size. Also, any thoughts on the Newton Leveling kits? I appreciate any help!
So, what did you end up doing?

Any pics?

Mark

2011 F-350 4X4 Dually Lariat pulling a 2010 Sierra 355QBQ 5er -- Pic of Both



--- Sold - '01 F350, 8" lift, 38s --- Sold - '08 F-350 Leveled on 35s
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